New York Times

The New York Times (NYT) is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851. It has won 112 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news organization. Its website is one of America's most popular news sites, and the most popular among all the nation's newspapers, receiving more than 30 million unique visitors per month as reported in January 2011.The paper's print version remains the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States and third-largest newspaper overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Following industry trends, its weekday circulation has fallen to fewer than one million daily since 1990.
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  • Law, Drugs, Addiction, Death.

    … The addiction crisis and its impact on the legal profession is the subject of two recently published articles. The first is The Lawyer, The Addict, published on July 16 in The New York Times (sub. req.). It is a powerful story written by the ex-wife of a Silicon Valley-based IP partner. She recounts her former husband’s painful descent from 20…

    Michael E. Mccabe Jr./ IPethics & INsights- 16 readers -
  • Hackers Hijack Banrisul Bank? Cyberhacking Post

    … been as brazen or breathtaking as what you are about to read. According to Wired, last year hackers apparently took over an entire bank. Wired claims that hackers seized control of all the servers of a Brazilian Bank last October for several hours. The crime was so well executed that bankers couldn’t even use their email system to warn customers…

    Due Diligence- 23 readers -
  • Morning Consult

    …, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. have policies pertaining to whistleblowing, they pale in comparison to the more well-known one at the SEC, which provides more protections for potential whistleblowers. Several people who said they flagged Wells Fargo’s cross-selling tactics have spoken out publicly since the Sept. 8…

    Due Diligence- 25 readers -
  • More Blood on the Hands of Big Pharma?

    … A 27 year old big pharma sales representative committed suicide by jumping in front of an oncoming train. While that story alone is tragic, the reasons for his suicide deserve discussion. According to a headline story in the New York Times (“Driven to Suicide by Pressure to Sell Medicine”), Ashish Awasthi took his own life because he couldn’t…

    Due Diligence- 15 readers -
  • Arbitration in Action – How it Can Affect Employees

    … World Example of Arbitration Needless to say, I am not a fan of arbitration. In a real world example, arbitration has taken center stage in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by reporter Gretchen Carlson against Roger Ailes of Fox News. This Washington Post article is a primer for everything you ever wanted to know about arbitration and it explores…

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 23 readers -
  • What They Never Tell You About Kevin Cooper

    … account and website usually omits from this discussion are the circumstances surrounding Cooper’s arrest. Here are those circumstances as published in the New York Times, not exactly a publication prone to a lack of bias on the question of capital punishment. The article correctly points out that this is the second violent rape that Cooper has been…

    The Devil And The Death Penalty- 27 readers -
  • Cheaper Gas Leads To More Road Trips

    … injury and accident attorneys who represent victims of traffic accidents in and around the city of Chicago as well as throughout the rest of the state of Illinois. If you were injured in a car accident, while on a road trip anywhere in Illinois, please contact our experienced personal injury and accident attorneys at to discuss your legal options. The post Cheaper Gas Leads To More Road Trips appeared first on Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer. …

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 27 readers -
  • When Will Self-Driving Cars Be Fully Reliable?

    … reported by the New York Times, is that self-driving vehicles still struggle with how to react in unpredictable situations which often arise on the road. Until this hurdle is overcome, it is unlikely that self-driving cars will overtake conventional vehicles piloted by human drivers as the dominant form of transportation in this country. Efforts…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 26 readers -
  • Car Crashes vs. Car Accidents

    … A recent article in the New York Times questioned whether we truly should be calling car crashes “accidents” when in most cases the crash is caused by someone’s actions and, specifically, human error of one kind or another. Put another way, the article notes that it is misleading to refer to collisions between or involving motor vehicles…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 32 readers -
  • Arbitration Clause Denies Justice in Nursing Home Abuse Case

    … Previously, the New York Times published a comprehensive series regarding arbitration stripping away and prohibiting many rights of consumers. I have written about this in the past and the New York Times article and subsequent editorial can be found here. The New York Times just published another article which serves as a horrific example of how…

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 28 readers -
  • Profile of United States Senator Elizabeth Warren

    … its passage for another six years when George W. Bush signed it in to law. Elizabeth Warren has been a tireless advocate for the middle class and working families of America. I, for one, am glad she is on our side. If you are considering a filing for bankruptcy relief and wish to consult with a qualified bankruptcy attorney about the impact of BAPCPA on your options, please contact one of our locations nearest you in Alabama, Mississippi or Tennessee for a free, confidential consultation. …

    Bond and Botes- 25 readers -
  • Anonymous, Inc.: Lawyers, Ethics And Money Laundering Featured On 60 Minutes

    … that conceal their identity and the source of the funds.” According to the story on 60 Minutes, most of this money laundering activity “would never happen without the help — witting or unwitting — of lawyers, accountants and incorporators; the people who actually create these anonymous shell companies and help move the money.” The pitch, which…

    Michael E. Mccabe Jr./ IPethics & INsights- 108 readers -
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